In the first instalment of her new column, Martha Wilson provides advice on getting people to “fuck off” and examines why “sequels are pretty shit”. Illustration by Nina Mangion.
Lucy Vickers explores the nominations for the 93rd Academy Awards and looks at its new requirements.
Get to know this term’s columnists and catch a preview of the topics they’ll cover! With six writers covering topics ranging from medieval mythology to masculinity, politics to film, and disability to the environment, this is our largest columns team thus far – there’s something for everyone.
Gracie Bolt explores the worrying extent to which sexual violence is normalised on our screens.
I have reached new levels of pretension. I am now writing on a black and white silent Japanese film from 1932. I’m literally the fucking worst. But also, I’m the absolute best. Have you seen I Was Born, But…? Didn’t think so, philistine. Translating myself, I am now writing on a genuinely wonderful film. The Read More…
Lily Down reflects on director Glendyn Ivin’s 2020 ‘Penguin Bloom,’ just released on Netflix, and explores where the film overlaps with her own family memories.
With news of a biopic on The Sex Pistols being released this year, Josh Russell delves into the world of music biopics.
Thang Tu’s irreverent review of The Princess Switch 2: Switched Again.
Halloween isn’t cancelled! Put the cobwebs back and don’t smash your pumpkins just yet. Ebonie Peters on the must see classic films for today.